I LOVE all of the amazing play spaces that I’ve seen on Pinterest. We bought our house 3 years ago and our yard is still lacking in the fun department. Sure we have a water table and a few outdoor toys, but nothing compares to some of these creative play spaces I’m sharing with you today. There’s everything from secret-hideaways, upcycled sandboxes, DIY music stations, and pallet projects!
Here are some of our favorites that we’d like to add to our to-do list.
Click on the links below for the tutorials.
1. DIY Playspace Under The Deck – From Pinterest
2. DIY Sand and Water Table made from a pallet and an old sink. From Pinterest
3. Use an old rain gutter, with end caps on each side, and a hose to create a flowing waterway. From Catraquinha
4. How To Make A Sandpit – From Yahoo!
5. Recycled Boat Sandbox – From Desire Empire
6. DIY Kiddie Car Wash – From Mom Endeavors
7. Waterfall Water Wall – From Playing By The Book
8. Sounds Wall/ Music Station – From Fun At Home With Kids
9. Summer Reading Nook – From Vintage Revivals
10. Outdoor Chalkboard – From Apartment Therapy
11. Trucking Play Area – From Fantasticho
12. DIY Backyard Race Track – From WooHome
13. Turn a Tree Trunk into a Climbing Wall and Slide – From Wife, Mother, Gardener
14. DIY Backyard Climbing Wall – From Impatiently Crafty
15. Tire Climbing Pile – From Studio Dish
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Wow, these are amazing! I would love to have any one of these for my daughter, but she’d especially love the mountain of colorful tires!
J F Reeves says
Would like to know more on how a company might set up a place to do recycle tires? Would you have any one to get in contact.
Thats actually a great question that I don’t know the answer to! Maybe you could go to a local buy and sell Facebook trade page and put in an “in search of used tires, will gladly pick up” post? Or maybe another reader will chime in with some other ideas!